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The following Special Events were held by Apple in 2022:

March 2022[]


Apple Event — March 8

Apple held its first event of the year, titled "Peek Performance" on March 8 at 10 a.m. PST.[1] Regulatory filings had indicated that new Macs running macOS Monterey, a new iPhone, and a new iPad model may be introduced.[2][3] New introductions started with CEO Tim Cook hailing award nominations for Apple TV+ films and new original programming on the way, including Friday Night Baseball. He then introduced the green iPhone 13 and Alpine Green 13 Pro. He also introduced the iPhone SE (3rd generation) with the Apple A15 Bionic chip and Ceramic Shield with a base price of $429. The iPad Air (5th generation) was announced with the Apple M1 chip, Center Stage, and optional 5G support at $599. Senior VP of Hardware Technologies Johny Srouji presented the Apple M1 Ultra, which packages two M1 Max units together through a previously unrevealed interconnect feature known as UltraFusion. Senior VP of Hardware Engineering John Ternus introduced the Mac Studio with a choice of M1 Max or M1 Ultra cjip, and a new 5K Studio Display. He noted that the Mac Pro was the last system in the Mac lineup that had yet to make the transition to Apple Silicon.[4]

June 2022[]

Main article: Worldwide Developers Conference 2022

WWDC 2022 - June 6 - Apple

The 2022 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC22) was held online from June 6 to 10.[5] CEO Tim Cook announced the opening of the Apple Developer Center across the street from Apple Park. Senior VP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi Craig Federighi announced new versions of its operating systems, such as iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura (version 13). VP of Technology Kevin Lynch announced watchOS 9 while other executives presented updates to CarPlay, HomeKit, Parental Controls, and Privacy. Senior VP of Hardware Technologies Johny Srouji introduced the new Apple M2, after which Senior VP of Hardware Engineering John Ternus introduced new MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro models incorporating the M2 chip.[6][7]

September 2022[]


Apple Event — September 7

On September 7, Apple CEO Tim Cook presided over the "Far Out" event and began with customer testimonials from Apple Watch users. COO Jeff Williams introduced the Apple Watch Series 8, 2nd-generation Apple Watch SE, and Apple Watch Ultra. Other announcements included the 2nd-generation AirPods Pro, iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max. New Apple processors included the Apple H2 and A16 Bionic.[8] Recording of the video announcement had reportedly begun in August 2022.[9]

October 2022[]


Meet the all-new iPad and iPad Pro - Apple

The 6th-generation iPad Pro with the Apple M2 chip, 10th-generation iPad with the Apple A14 Bionic chip, Magic Keyboard Folio for iPad‎, and 3rd-generation Apple TV 4K console with the Apple A15 Bionic chip were announced on October 18 through press releases and a pre-recorded video. iPadOS 16 is scheduled to be released on October 24 with the new iPad models appearing in stores on the October 26. The new Apple TV 4K console is scheduled to arrive on November 4.[10][11][12][13]

Late 2022[]

Though macOS 13 (Ventura) was released on October 24 as scheduled, new expected Mac announcements were delayed to January 2023.[14]


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